OIL PROBLEMS on 2000 Ford Windstar

I HAVE TO KEEP PUTTING OIL IN MY VAN I HAVE NO CLUE WHERE IT IS GOING ITS NOT ON THE DRIVEWAY

by in Streamwood, IL on February 04, 2010
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ANSWER by on February 04, 2010
If the engine oil is not leaking from the engine of your 2000 Ford Windstar the only other possible cause for excess oil consumption would be that the oil is burning in the cylinders due to worn seals, piston rings, or some other internal issue.
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